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Music to My Brain: Could Music Training Be Used to Improve Adolescent Brain Development?

Guido K.W. Frank, MDcorrespondenceemail

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, School of Medicine, Aurora

Accepted: August 29, 2014.


Abstract

“What must we do to improve and maintain the health of the world’s one billion adolescents?” This is the opening sentence in the World Health Organization’s 2014 summary report on adolescent health around the world.1 It summarizes current problems and opportunities that societies around the globe face in the promotion of adolescent health. The report starts with a picture that shows 2 adolescents in a mountainous countryside playing string instruments.



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